Reaching Above Hopelessness and Brokenness, Inc. (RAHAB Ministries), a 501c3 incorporated in the State of Ohio, is governed by a Board of Directors.  More than 60 staff and 100 core volunteers lead delivery of RAHAB’s cutting-edge programming.  Our senior team is comprised of visionary leaders with diverse real-world experience.

Greg Colbeck

Chief Operating Officer, Interim CEO

Greg Colbeck leads all aspects of RAHAB’s pioneering work that moves the world closer to fulfilling the vision of freedom from human sex trafficking and all types of slavery.  A seven-year RAHAB veteran, Greg stewards RAHAB and Founder Becky Moreland’s legacy, ensuring that no matter how much the ministry grows, RAHAB never strays from its roots of intervention through one relationship and one act of Love and Truth in the flesh at a time.
Greg oversees business functions and leads and grows program delivery, including outreach, drop-in centers, mentoring, safe housing, and community education on human trafficking identification, response and prevention.
Greg hosts the RAHAB podcast, is a keynote speaker for RAHAB Essentials training, and serves as a media spokesperson.
An in-demand human trafficking educator and an inspirational speaker, Greg has spoken to a diverse range of audiences, including a variety of conferences, delegations of foreign dignitaries and government officials, universities, hospital physicians and staff, law enforcement, churches and school in-services.

Sonja White

Vice President of Communications & Development

Sonja White leads RAHAB’s Development and Church Relations Teams in addition to overseeing Communications functions and mechanisms, including public relations, government relations, social media, website, newsletters, print and video materials.  Sonja’s careers and calling before RAHAB positioned her perfectly to support RAHAB’s launch to the next level.  Sonja has worked with senators to craft key legislation, set up secure communications for the White House, coordinated national media interviews, and coordinated the book launch for a mega-church pastor and world-wide ministry leader.

Kelli Cary

Vice President of Programming

Kelli Cary is the Vice President of Programming at RAHAB Ministries where she oversees all areas of programming including outreach, community based services, and safe housing for survivors of sex trafficking and those vulnerable to being trafficked. She has experience providing trauma therapy to survivors of sexual violence, leading multi-disciplinary teams, and developing programs that serve survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and trafficking. Kelli is the Direct Services Chair for the Summit County Collaborative Against Human Trafficking and Co-Chair of the Victim Service Committee for the Ohio Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Commission. Her desire is to strengthen the continuum of care for survivors in Ohio, making it easier for survivors to access trauma-informed services on their path to healing. Kelli holds her graduate degree in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University and has her LISW-S.

Alan Montgomery

Vice President of Finance & Administration

Alan Montgomery oversees all of RAHAB Ministries’ finances, HR, IT and facilities maintenance teams. He is responsible for keeping all the behind the scenes functions running with excellence, accountability, transparency and attention to detail. 

Bethany Scheffler

Executive Assistant

Bethany Scheffler assists the CEO and RAHAB’s leadership team to facilitate their ability to effectively lead the organization.  Her experience as an attorney brings important insight as she assists with special projects and operations.  Bethany also serves as a bridge between the organization and its Board of Directors.  She first joined RAHAB as a volunteer and board member in 2018 and then as a staff member in 2019. Prior to RAHAB, Bethany worked as administrative counsel and law clerk for Ohio’s Ninth District Court of Appeals and has also served in Ohio’s probate and juvenile courts. She received her J.D. from the The University of Akron, School of Law and is the co-author of several motion practice books.